The new media artist hooked some method actors up to biofeedback sensors, mapped the data to correspond to particular lights and sounds, and, in essence, made it so the robots reflect a live emotional, human performance.
A guide tour through the largest, strangest, and most cluttered collection of bunny paraphernalia ever assembled.
A new comic by Valentine Gallardo about a dreamy party, a third eye, and being young.
Brent-Con was founded by Sean Z. Maker in 2010 to serve as a sort of queer version of Comic-Con and to bridge the gap between LGBT artists, fans, and geek culture.
An intimate look at how a generation of black artists who grew up in the hip-hop era are expressing their version of the American experience.
Here are some of her photographs of women, nature, and women in nature.
I asked him about his life in southern Louisiana and why he decided to paint Lana Del Rey and Bobby Womack singing together on the moon.
The Polish artist sees his '1920+' series as a means to interest others in Polish history.
"It's a group performance where everyone's a player," says Christopher Allman, the creator and leader of the People of Ieya.
Melbourne photographer Paul Hermes has spent a considerable amount of time driving around, looking for people mowing their lawns.
For one magical week every December, the stupidest and shittiest rich people imaginable descend on Florida to get good deals on wildly expensive art pieces. They call this Art Basel Miami Beach.
These are photographs of people looking at the building formerly known as the Freedom Tower, now called One World Trade Center.
In using his late father's skull to clone his own, Lee Wagstaff aims to explore the pair's estranged relationship, as well as themes of religious worship, deification, and eternal life.
Artist Julijonas Urbonas designed something called the Euthanasia Coaster—a roller coaster that would hypothetically go so fast that the rider would die. I got in touch with him to learn more about the ride and see if he's afraid of death.
The artist known for giant dildo sculptures recently created The Folly Acres Cookbook, which includes your average carrot cake recipe, but also meals that incorporate roadkill.
Artists often thrive on controversial imagery, but today's younger, cooler artists like to work in a more nuanced, oblique manner. But sometimes shock is a powerful tonic.
Hands Up, Don't Shoot: Artists Respond invited more than 100 artists from around the world to weigh in on the tragedy and the accompanying issues of civil rights, community safety, police violence, trauma, and healing.
Here's an intimate fashion shoot from Claire Milbrath, and by "intimate" we mean that there are a lot of butts in it.
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The Italian photographer has been documenting the world's most extreme performance artists for 15 years. Now he's putting himself in the picture.
Art F City's Paddy Johnson is known for art coverage that's a mix of nerdery and humor. We interviewed her about hew work, and the article includes a lot of pictures of naked artists dressed as pandas from Art F City's racy new calendar, 'Artists as Pand…
There's a new Peanuts movie coming out next year, but it likely won't be able to capture the unique blend of despair and empathy that made Charles Schulz's original strip so influential and important.
The film is a spectacularly absurd story comprised of little vignettes that are linked together by the path of a bouncing red ball.
Ed Templeton may be retired from skateboarding, but his photo game is still going strong. He talked to VICE about his upcoming book Wayward Cognitions, his company Toy Machine, and a possible upcoming, full-length skate video.